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In his office at St. Frances of Cabrini Church in Minneapolis, the Rev. Mike Tegeder holds a stack of letters he received from Minnesotans around the state thanking him for speaking out against the Catholic Church’s position in support the marriage amendment. Sasha Aslanian | MPR

Catholics still split by marriage amendment fight

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By Sasha Aslanian, MPR News 91.3 FM

ST. PAUL – More than a month after Minnesota became the first state to defeat a constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage, some Catholics say it’s time to acknowledge how divisive that effort was within the church.

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Among them is Kathleen Nuccio of Colhasset, a cantor and choir member for St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Grand Rapids.

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